| Announcement Type : 1. Honors & Scholars (1)
|Join the AWARES Program|
The Aspiration for Women’s Advancement and Retention in Engineering and Science (AWARES) program is seeking new participants for this year’s program. Through individual mentorship and a 25 week curriculum taking place over two semesters, students improve their soft skills, expand their knowledge of the fields of engineering and STEM, and build confidence. Students meet bi-weekly as a small group to discuss topics such as the job search, personal brand, conflict resolution, and more. Meetings start in October. Learn more at go.osu.edu/awares.
| Announcement Type : Fellowships/Scholarships (2)
|Buckeye Leadership Fellow Applications are Open!|
The Office of Student Life – Buckeye Leadership Fellows Program (BLF) is excited to announce the application for prospective fellows for the 2018-2020 class. BLF is a diverse and select, interdisciplinary cohort program, encompassing a rigorous personal, professional and leadership development co-curricular experience, spanning across four semesters. Interested students may apply during their sophomore year or junior year (with a graduation date no earlier than December 2019).
In partnership with alumni and community leaders, BLF builds unique transformative experiences for undergraduate students so they can achieve a competitive advantage in their post-graduate pursuits and remain deeply connected to the university. There is an information session on September 25 from 4:30 - 6:00 p.m. at Mendenhall Lab 191 and applications are due October 6 at 11:59 p.m. Click here to apply. Contact Beth Johnson, firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
|Triangle & Phi Sigma Rho Educational Outreach Scholarship|
Triangle Fraternity & Phi Sigma Rho Sorority are awarding up to 3 outstanding STEM majors in their first and second years. Scholarships will be based on character and merit with final selections by faculty judging. Apply and learn more at: go.osu.edu/trianglescholarship
| Announcement Type : Jobs/Internships (1)
|Spring 2018 Deadline: Washington Academic Internship Program (WAIP)|
The John Glenn College of Public Affairs offers an exciting opportunity for Ohio State students to study and work in the nation's capital. The Washington Academic Internship Program (WAIP) selects outstanding undergraduates from any major to spend a semester in Washington, D.C., as John Glenn Fellows.
The spring 2018 deadline is Friday, October 6- apply online: http://glenn.osu.edu/programs/waip/apply/
Questions? Email Katy Hogan: email@example.com.
| Announcement Type : Other Campus Announcements (5)
|Free LED Light Bulbs|
Sign up for FREE LED light bulbs! Light Up with LED is a student-led project to promote energy efficient practices among Ohio State students. LED bulbs use less energy than other bulbs and last more than twice as long. That means that they're better for the environment, and they save you money! Through this program, participants will be able to trade in non-LED bulbs and receive LED bulbs in return. Register here www.goo.gl/OTpwTC! For more information, visit www.facebook.com/LightUpWithLEDOSU/ or email LED.OhioState@gmail.com. When participants trade in their non-LED bulbs, they will receive a reusable tote bag with their LED bulbs and information on other energy conserving behaviors!
|Join Leadership & Service Academy!|
Mission: Teach underclassmen students leadership and other key skills needed to prosper in life, specifically within a career.
How we accomplish this: Our organization splits up members into groups of 15-20 students. Each group has one leader (project leader) who is tasked with creating and managing a semester-long project, usually service based, of his/her choosing. Within each project group, there will be team leaders in charge of directing the members that are within his/her team. (example would be “marketing team leader”, he/she would oversee all things marketing and has a team of students to help market their service project). In addition to the projects, we bring in business professionals to speak about their leadership experiences/what they find most important regarding leadership.
Current Project: This semester our project will be to team up with a new non-profit CHARO (Caring Hearts Awareness $ Rescue Organization) to help them get their animal rescue program off the ground. This entails marketing, financing, developing volunteer events, and most importantly, working with puppies!
Time & Location: Every Monday 7:30 .pm. - 8:30 p.m., Enarson Rm 258
If you want to improve your leadership skills, work in a team, meet new people, network with local professionals, or help save the lives of local dogs, please attend our next meeting!
If you have any questions, please email Michael D'Onofrio (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|Medical Innovation Club|
The Medical Innovation Club is Ohio State's newest club, striving to be a one-of-a-kind organization. Our multi-disciplinary teams will collaborate on projects funded by doctors, companies, and donors in order to solve real-world medical problems. The scope of our projects can range from in-house contests to entering into nationwide innovation competitions. By helping our members gain real-world biomedical project experience, we are able to make connections with experts in the field that wouldn't otherwise be possible.
In the Medical Innovation Club, we strive to solve some of medicine's most difficult problems. If you are looking to gain real biomedical project experience, work on a team with students from a variety of disciplines, see your ideas transform into a physical product, or become part of cutting-edge medical advancement, the Medical Innovation Club is for you! Students from all majors are encouraged to join, as we try to emulate the diversity of professional project teams.
Contact Ryan Czarnecki at MIC@osu.edu with any questions, or if you would like to be added to our mailing list!
|Register for the English Conversation Program|
The Office of International Affairs' English Conversation Program (ECP) is a fun way to connect with Ohio State students from different linguistic and cultural backgrounds. Each semester, groups of five will meet to participate in discussions and fun events and activities on campus and around Columbus. The Language Improvement Track (LIT) is a new addition to ECP. LIT sessions will be more like small language workshops, where students can focus on expressing themselves clearly, compellingly and confidently. Contact: email@example.com
|Join Student-Alumni Council|
Are you looking to get involved in a student-run organization that serves Ohio State, has plenty of leadership opportunities, and is filled with driven individuals? Check out Student-Alumni Council, the official student organization of the Ohio State University Alumni Association! Become a part of an organization that puts on programs such as Homecoming Pep Rally, Beat T’s, and Buckeye Pen Pals.
Information Sessions are on the Following Dates:
• 9/7: Tanya R. Rutner Room (Union), 5 p.m.-6 p.m.
• 9/14: Tanya R. Rutner Room (Union), 5pm-6. p.m.
• 9/17: Tanya R. Rutner Room(Union), 4pm-5pm
• 9/21: Tanya R. Rutner Room (Union), 5pm-6pm
• 9/25: Dave Griner Room (RPAC), 7pm-8pm
• 9/28: Tanya R. Rutner Room (Union), 5pm-6pm
*You must attend one information session before the September 29th application deadline.
The application for membership can be found at www.osu.edu/alumni/communities/sac/getinvolved.
If you have any questions about Student-Alumni Council, please email Emily Iott, Director of Membership Selections, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
| Announcement Type : Research (2)
|3- Minute Thesis Competition|
The Office of Undergraduate Research & Creative Inquiry will be hosting a 3-Minute Thesis (3MT®) Competition on Wednesday November 1, 2017 at 020 Page Hall from 5:30-7:30pm. The 3MT® is a fast paced, exciting research presentation that challenges students to communicate their research in 3 minutes using one slide. To find out more about the 3MT®’s history and style, please go to University of Queensland’s website (https://threeminutethesis.uq.edu.au/). All fields of study are eligible to apply. Prizes will be awarded to the top three presentations.
Applications due: October 9. 2017 at 5pm
To apply, students must have a complete research project (i.e. data
|Undergraduate Behavioral Economics Club|
Are you interested in performing your own research projects? How about learning basic data analysis skills, and being at the forefront of an emerging field of research? If you want to better understand the cognitive reasoning that influences global economic behavior and prepare to excel in the workforce, keep up to date with the Behavioral Economics Club by filling out the linked form. We will be setting the agenda for the year, taking executive board applications, and kicking off the semester. All majors are welcome, sign up here! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdwHEy-1d2gCrMWAmMgZp-N-wFXei9sDWWJaE-FwSR0vX8Eww/viewform
| Announcement Type : Volunteer (5)
|Apply for Propel Ohio Collegiate Leadership Summit|
Propel Ohio is a leadership program that promotes civic engagement and inspires undergraduate students to grow into civic leaders in Ohio. Undergraduate students are invited to apply to participate in Propel Ohio: Collegiate Leadership Summit 2017, which will be held on Friday, November 17 at the University of Akron. The program will actively engage with college students on issues that affect childhood poverty, including food security, inequities in education, and homelessness. The application deadline is Tuesday, October 10.
Read more and apply: https://www.brown.senate.gov/propel-ohio
|Apply to join Student-Alumni Council!|
The application for Student-Alumni Council, the official student organization of the Ohio State University Alumni Association, is now open! All undergraduate students who are interested in connecting Buckeyes past, present and future through programs such as Homecoming Pep Rally, Buckeye Pen Pals, and 5 Under 25 are encouraged to apply. Information Sessions are on the Following Dates:
• 9/25: Dave Griner Room (RPAC), 7:00 - 8:00 p.m.
• 9/28: Tanya R. Rutner Room (Union), 5:00 - 6:00 p.m.
*You must attend one information session before the September 29 application deadline. The application for membership and additional information can be found at: www.osu.edu/alumni/communities/sac/getinvolved. If you have any questions about membership in Student-Alumni Council, please contact Emily Iott (email@example.com) or Emily Pacenta (firstname.lastname@example.org)
|The Girls Circle Project is accepting applications!|
The Girls Circle Project at Ohio State is a service-based, year-long immersion project that trains college women to become Girls Circle facilitators and run Girls Circles in Columbus-area schools with middle or high school-aged girls. This project gives college women the opportunity to grow, learn, and challenge themselves through training, facilitation, and experiences working with adolescent and teenage girls. Applications are due Monday, September 25. If you have any questions, please email Julia Houk.53, Shivani Patel.2509, Vicki Pitstick.10, or Mary Tillman.77.
|Wellness Ambassador Application |
Wellness Ambassadors support the mission of Student Life, which aims to promote wellness among OSU students and their communities. Wellness Ambassadors deliver educational presentations in a variety of settings and work together to plan, publicize, and implement campus events highlighting the 9 dimensions of wellness. For more information on the Wellness Ambassador Program please visit go.osu.edu/wellnessambassadors
If you are interested in becoming a Wellness Ambassador, applications are accessible at go.osu.edu/WAapplication and are due by Monday, October 16, 2017. If you have any further questions, please contact Michaela Martin at email@example.com
|Apply to Join UHA Columbus!|
UHA Columbus is a non-profit organization on campus dedicated to improving universal health through preventative medicine, health education, and leadership development. Our main event is organizing two free clinics every year to serve the underprivileged of Columbus. We also organize several other service events and health education initiatives throughout the year, such as volunteering at soup kitchens and leading events aimed to end the stigma associated with mental illnesses. We are currently looking for new members who share our vision! Whether you are a pre-health major or not, we're looking for prospective members who want to make a difference in our community. Earn service hours, gain leadership experience, and build your resume by helping to run a national non-profit. Attend an information session to learn more about our org! September 12, 7:30 PM in 18th Ave Library Room 90
September 18, 5:30 PM in 18th Ave Library Room 90
September 21, 6:30 PM in Kuhn House 201
For more information, contact Katie Hammond at firstname.lastname@example.org.